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No. 17,675.

No. 17,675.

April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NTO. 36, OLD BOND-STREET.—Under the Patronage 11 of the Royal Family.—Mr, E LIA SOLOMO NS' VOICE CONDUCTORS for DEAF PERSONS

NTO. 36, OLD BOND-STREET.—Under the Patronage 11 of the Royal Family.—Mr, E LIA SOLOMO NS' VOICE CONDUCTORS for DEAF PERSONS

have been eminently successful in the most extreme cases of defective hearing; are worn unperceived, being constructed on a smaller scale than any hitherto °tiered, measuring only a quarter of an inch in diameter; possess the peculiar power of conveying the slightest sound with
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
which may alienate for ever an important and valuable colony from the British crown enters not into whig calculations. The

which may alienate for ever an important and valuable colony from the British crown enters not into whig calculations. The

power and patronage which the removal or suspension of the constitution of Jamaica will, of necessity, throw into their hands, are with them much more important considerations than any question of the possible effect of so violent a proceeding upon imperial interests. To deprive
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Gentlemen, A Vacancy having occurred in the Direction of our .01.

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Gentlemen, A Vacancy having occurred in the Direction of our .01.

excellent Society, by the sudden and much-lamented death of my friend Charles Henry Clay, Esq., I beg to announce to you that it is my intention to offer myself as a Candidate on the occasion. Having taken an active part in the formation of the Society, and subseqnently filled t
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CHARTERHOUSE-SQUARE INFIRMARY for DISEASES of the RECTUM. PRESIDENT—Tbe Right Honour:llde the LORD MAYOR. VICE-PRESIDENTS. The Right Hon. Earl Harewood General

CHARTERHOUSE-SQUARE INFIRMARY for DISEASES of the RECTUM. PRESIDENT—Tbe Right Honour:llde the LORD MAYOR. VICE-PRESIDENTS. The Right Hon. Earl Harewood General

Pereira The Right Hon. Earl Digby W. T. Copeland, Esq., Aid., M. P. The Bight Hon. Lord Denman John Pink. Esq., Alderman The Hon. Mr. Justice Littledale Thomas Kelly, Esq., Alderman The Hon. Mr. Justice Patteson I David Barclay. Esq. Sir James Shaw, Bart. I John Deacon, Esq. Sir
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LOSS of TEETH.—Messrs. PHILLIPS and SANDON, Surgeon-Dentists, No. 96, Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, near liathbone-place, continue to SUPPLY their ARtIFF;IAL TEETH at

LOSS of TEETH.—Messrs. PHILLIPS and SANDON, Surgeon-Dentists, No. 96, Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, near liathbone-place, continue to SUPPLY their ARtIFF;IAL TEETH at

the same -rnis as originally introduced by them—namely, a complete set 51, single tooth ss; a set of the finest Natural Teeth, 12/ ; a set of their new lucorrocllble Mineral Teeth, of beautiful texture and perfectly resembling the natural, finished in the first style, 151. Every
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW WORK BY MRS. TROLLOPE, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. IN THE MAY NUMBER OF COLBURN'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND ,HUMORIST, Edited by

NEW WORK BY MRS. TROLLOPE, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. IN THE MAY NUMBER OF COLBURN'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND ,HUMORIST, Edited by

THEODORE HOOK, Esq., Is commenced a New Series of Papers, By Al sr. TROLLOPE, Entitled "THE WIDOW MARRIED," Forming a Sequel to "Widow Barnahy," illustrated with etchings by Buss. The May Number of this popular periodical also contains— A Fragment of Modern History. By Recreatio
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD—Coarse Heavy Lowland Meadow Hay front 41 to 4/ 5s ; useful ditto, 4/ los to 4/ tine Upland Meadow

SMITHFIELD—Coarse Heavy Lowland Meadow Hay front 41 to 4/ 5s ; useful ditto, 4/ los to 4/ tine Upland Meadow

Ora'. Hay, 4115 s to 51; Clover Hay, 51105 to 6/ fis ; Oat Straw, 2/ ti 2/ 23 ; Wheat Straw, 21 33 to 21 Is per load. A short supply. Trade with both hay and straw, somewhat brisk, at the late enhancement in the currencies. PORTMAN — OId Meadow Hay, 90s to 1053 ; Useful ditto, t
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF'QUEEN'S BENCH.

COURT OF'QUEEN'S BENCH.

PEARSON V. ELLIOTT.—This was an action brought to recover a sum of 5601., the difference between the sums at which a quantity of Spanish and Portuguese Bonds were purchased by the plaintiff, as broker for the defendant, and the amount for which they were afterwards sold ; in oth
April 29, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S CAZETTE.

FROM FRIDAY'S CAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS, J. BRAIM, jun., New Mallon, York, to surrender May 7 and June 7, at the Lion Inn, Monk Bar, York. Solicitors, Messrs. Smithson and Milton. Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane; and Mr. Smithson, Malton. I'. Livetpool, cotton-dealer, May 7 and June 7, at the Clarendon.
April 29, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England